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7 years ago
Legionnaire
From another point of view, if they have your e-mail claiming the discovery and then they get fucked up they might decide to blame you for the job. I mean if you were working as Sysadm and had to cover your ass in such situation, wouldn't you blame that "evil nerd hacker kid"?
Forum: Full Disclosure
7 years ago
Legionnaire
Hi all. I've been thinking, if an XSS vulnerability is found in a form using the POST method it's not that bad since one cannot easily lure victims to it. I mean you have to get them on site and make them enter your exploit code in the form. The other guy must have really fallen for it to do so. As far as I know you can't construct a url like site.com/query.asp?formelement1.value= and have them
Forum: XSS Info
7 years ago
Legionnaire
It took me a while to figure it out too :P I guess it's not too difficult to add a bold, underlined, yellow-foreground, black-background title in the page? Is it? :P Oh, size 24 plz.
Forum: Bugs
7 years ago
Legionnaire
It would be interesting to know how a thread is no more marked new. Does it happen the first time you login? Does it happen when you click that link?
Forum: Bugs
7 years ago
Legionnaire
Like 5 years ago I remember seeing a show about seminars held in the U.S. where IT security officers were faced with imaginary attacks in the country's infrastructure. I remember seeing shots of them all sitting in the "briefing" room where the situation was layed out. So I guess something is being done, don't know if it's any good though. My personal opinion is that in these cases pr
Forum: Networking
7 years ago
Legionnaire
It is a thin line. In our efforts to increase functionality we may compromise security. By using scripted languages we are exposing our selves to possible exploits. On the other hand, that's why we are here right now talking about this stuff :P
Forum: XSS Info
7 years ago
Legionnaire
Prim 2 are good ones (only for 802.11b) if can find any. Atheros-based cards are "hot" right now. I own a Netgear WG511T (801.11b/g) which works perfectly under Linux. Supports Monitor mode of course and is recommended by many.
Forum: Wireless Security
7 years ago
Legionnaire
I'm running Windows XP on my Laptop and Slackware 10.2 on my PC at work. I haven't yet attempted to install Linux on the laptop since as far as I know things like power management, stand by, etc. don't work that well. Anyway, as I can see most people here are using some Linux distro but at the same time cannot get rid of Windows because people expect you to work in Word, Excel or Visio and use
Forum: OMG Ponies
7 years ago
Legionnaire
This must be a thread-counting bug pointed out by the "Unread Posts" feature. For example in CAPTCHA I see 0 threads yet 1 New one :P Apparently the Announcement-Type threads (in this case "Rules") is not taken into account.
Forum: Bugs
7 years ago
Legionnaire
+1 vote :)
Forum: Bugs
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